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EVOL LNG will supply about 4,560 tonnes of LNG per annum from its Kwinana plant to the power station at Doray Minerals' Deflector gold project.

EVOL LNG wins Doray contract

Wesfarmers subsidiary EVOL LNG has won a contract to supply LNG to the power station at Doray Minerals’ Deflector gold project in the Murchison region for an undisclosed sum.

EVOL LNG, which falls under the branch of Wesfarmers’ Kleenheat business, will supply about 4,560 tonnes of LNG per annum from its Kwinana plant to Deflector’s power station, which is currently being built by Pacific Energy.

The seven-megawatt power station will be dual-fuelled by 70 per cent LNG and 30 per cent diesel.

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